Crowd boos, announcer picks on Christie as governor catches foul at Mets game
NEW YORK — Gov. Chris Christie's own summer of hell continues, with boos during a Mets game at Citi Field on Tuesday night.
Sitting along the first-base line near the Mets' dugout, next to his daughter Bridget, the governor made a left-handed catch of a foul off the bat of Paul DeJong in the third inning. He got up and high-fived a couple of fans around him, including a fan who had been running down the aisle in hopes of grabbing the ball himself.
As some of the crowd booed, Christie handed the ball to a boy sitting a couple rows behind him. A video on MLB.com shows Christie signing the ball for the young boy.
Dan McLaughlin on Fox Sports West couldn't resist a dig at the governor on the Cardinals' broadcast of the game.
"Nice to see him get from the beach here from the ballpark," McLaughlin said.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.
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